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Indie Rock





Indie Rock

Time: 
8:00
Band name: 
Iron Chic
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/ironchicband/
Venue name: 
union pool
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Indie Rock

Time: 
8:00
Band name: 
Navy gangs
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/navygangs/
Venue name: 
Mercury lounge
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The Bigger Empty

The Bigger Empty have signed to La Escalera and announced the release of their latest EP, Lakes & Oceans Vol. 1: Michigan on Feb. 24th.

You can help the band celebrate the release on Feb. 24th at Township with Warren Franklin & The Founding Fathers and Sincere Engineer.

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Orchin look within on murky new single "Ego Deathbed"

Orchin is the noise/dream pop project of Jeremy McLennan, a multi-instrumentalist raised both in Australia and Los Angeles who combines murky, reverbed guitars with the more overcast dreamscapes of 4AD. McLennan's darker pop confections come into full force on his new single "Ego Deathbed", where we're introduced to his lamenting sigh before he lets out an uncompromising assault of cavernous distortion. It's a potent, if sightly isolated, track that gives us some insight into McLennan's psychological relief.

"Ego Deathbed" is the first single from their debut self-titled EP, to be released on March 17. - Juan Rodríguez

 

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New Music Video: "Cops Come Looking" - The Spirit of the Beehive

Federico Casanova sequences a set of dim imagery in the video for “Cops Come Looking” by The Spirit of the Beehive. The song is the latest snippet from the band’s forthcoming album, Pleasure Suck, scheduled for release on March 24 via Tiny Engines. The video exhibits a desire to hide and/or escape. Movement via flight or automobile serves as a common thread with variations of swimming providing a twisted framework. The Spirit of the Beehive will be performing next in Philly on Monday, February 20 at Baird Mansion Atrium with Naomi Punk, PC Worship, and YCIB.

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